Bank’s grant to help support women and children fleeing domestic abuse

Excerpt from businessdesk.com. Written by Rachel Covill.

A grant from the Barclays £100m Covid-19 Community Aid Package means that survivors of domestic abuse in Wolverhampton will have a safe place to sleep and support to rebuild their lives following the trauma of abuse.

The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and children vulnerable to domestic abuse and homelessness.

The charity provides emergency accommodation for up to 67 women and 100 children at any one time, and a range of services that enable them to leave abuse in their past.

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